Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month, is celebrated each February in the United States. Because of the timing of the birthdays of two very important individuals in the fight to end slavery, Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. Black History Week was originally slated for the second week in February in 1926. In 1976, it was expanded to encompass the entire month of February to recognize the significant achievements made by the African-American community in all aspects of American society.
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The EmpowerMEnt Summit 2019 The EmpowerMEnt Summit will focus on getting students re-energized and equipped to face adversities that come their way.
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Real couples open up about the joys, challenges and realities of love, marriage and romance in the black community through Black Art and Stories
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University of Iowa Main Library
Join us in the Main Library Gallery for an exploration of hope, joy, and black liberation in online space with Graduate Assistant Kevin Winstead from the University of Maryland's Institute of...
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The Center for Diversity and Enrichment (CDE) and the Tippie College of Business are holding this event.
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Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)
Folks will be able to create buttons of their choosing. From logos to sayings, whatever is on your mind and heart feel free to create it.
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College of Public Health Building
Enjoy a movie in celebration of Black History Month. Free and open to the public!
Sponsored by the UI College of Public Health Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee